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unemployment rate. this under a president who is -- has set a renewed commitment to civil rights, the justice department civil rights commission, and still this unemployment rate is a disastrous highs. imagine a republican in office staying down the barrel of a -- >> neil: we know that 7.8% isn't great and a jobless claims report like the one we got is hardly anything to whoop about. but i think it's a double ininto itment when the media glosses over that. and i don't kerr it's a democrat or republican in os. office. we didn't gloss over bad numbers or foolhardy -- when president bush was in office. what is good for the goose better be good for the began depth depressant see it from media's portrayal of what is at best a bumpy recovery. >> there are plenty of outrages that get ignored by the press in every administration because the press, above all, is shallow and dumb. so they just miss certain things. the effect of certain programs. but the unemployment rate is pretty easy extra track and we know what it was 50 years ago, and we can look through the continuum and know that by historyical s
civil rights claim, a 1983 claim. but the nlrp has a right to investigate. >> neil: that is a leap, is it not? >> it is terms and conditions of employment. that is what concerted activity protected by the federal laws is. but one says my boss sucks and mycoworkers suck, i hate them and i want to kill them and abuse them and beat them up, that is not protected. the fact that the nlrb is stepping forward. >> neil: killing i can understand. if you say your boss sucks that is fair game, right? >> it is. and why should the nlrb say you can't fire someone for saying the boss sucks. that has nothing to do with terms of employment. some places they say that is okay and others they don't. >> neil: i want to thank you. i wish we had more time. i'm actually happy we don't. who knew. turns out that there is a dead ringer duplicate. same deal. same pig. >> neil: pork as easy and cut and paste. turns out all of the extra spending in the fiscal cliff deal wasn't anything new. copied from an old bill. i'm not kidding. my next guest pushed to pack it all in. tim for the washington examiner. he does
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